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Title: Venice gondolier
Uniform Title: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. 1946)
Physical Description: 20 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: Carroll H. Williams
Place of Publication: Venice Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1947
Publication Date: 1946-1964
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1964]
weekly[ former 1946-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Venice (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Sarasota County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates: 27.098611 x -82.438889 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 6, 1946)-v. 20, no. 14 (Feb. 17, 1964).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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', CAMBRIDGE VENICE Woman's Demands
> Adopts SCHOOLTO Club I'

OPEN FALL TERM SEPT. 22A

ealth' Money or Return of .
new private school in Venice, now accepting only younger

pupils but ultimately to offer courses carrying students through high '

roject ; drive.school, will open Its fall term Monday, September 22, at 519 Harbor i Clubhouse Property I


Mrs. Annett Rutter, an educa. ,
Adoption of "Health and Sanl- tor of long experience, Is president Asserting they are tired of apparently interminable "stalling" by fi .

)tion" as the "project for the and officiating director of Bowlers to Meet County School Superintendent Verman Kimbrough and the school ',

ar" and appointment of com the Cambridge Venice School, board, representatives of the Venice-Nokomis Woman's Club yester- ',||

ttee chairmen featured the which Is the southern unit of a Again Next day threatened to call off the sale of their clubhouse to the school !t '

5t fall meeting of the Venice- long-established northern school, board unless they receive the agreed upon purchase sum of $5,500 ,
jomls P.-TA, held at the within the few
fully accredited by the New Eng. Monday NightTo next days.
we! school last Tuesday night. lang College Entrance Association Despite repeated, but indefinite levlate Nokomis School conditionsby

dent B E. Bowen presided. Open For InterviewsThe elect officers and Iron out promises of "a new high school moving In and remodeling a

Ie than 50 attended. details of play In the men's fall for Venice," the school authorities barracks building from Venice

Committee chairmen, who will lower school In Venice at bowling league which will start a year and a 'half ago went Army Air Field.It .

muse their own assistants, were the present time Includes: Nurs. soon, local keglers and team ahead with their patchwork plans Is not known what steps

iota at a meeting of the execu ery, Kindergarten Pre-Primary, sponsors will meet at 7:30 o'clocknext to care for overcrowded and unsatisfactory Kimbrough and the school board

e council after the regular P.- and Grades I and II. The school Monday night at the Jos- conditions at the Nokomis will take to provide for the chil-

session ended. Bowen an- office at 519 Harbor drive I Is now I II sart-Klncald Plumbing Shop, All School by moving to purchase I dren if the Woman's Club regains

toned appointment of the for I open for Interviews from 1 to 4:31( Interested are invited to attend, the adjoining! Woman's Immediate repossession of the

pm. each afternoon, mornings b) Club property, when Oeorge Mitchell
wing: i I Whether play will be on a han- property. :

BUDGET AND FINANCS) : Mrs appointment dicap or scratch basis, whether was the Venice member of Demands Action

orje Higel. Jr.; HOSPITALITY I Marjorie Lane, a Smith College matches will be played on Mondayand the board. "Unless we receive our money

ID PROGRAM. Mrs. Barry I graduate who operated the Pooh':. Wednesday nights, and simi Move Barracks In within the next few days we will

.aiblsh; MEMBERSHIP, Mrs. Corner nursery school here earlier lar questions will be decided at This year even though they had file legal action to regain posses-
this year and spent the summer not acquired title to the property, "
3 Bowden; PROCEDURE the meeting. sion of the property, declared
|SD BY-LAWS Frank Roebuck;: at the University of Wash i I Two sponsors-Byron Earl and the school board further carriedout Mrs. Helen B Duncan, chairmanof
Ington taking a credit course ir its piece-meal attempt to al- Woman't Club committeeIn
:!JCiry, Mrs. Harry SJoblom;; Venice Furniture Co.-have defi- the
Y GROUPS Mrs. A. L Bla- Nursery Education, will be In charge of sale of the old club- ,. 1

k; RECREATION. Charles charge of the pre-school groups. nitely signed up, reports Jim Laurel School Has house. Other members of the ).

111, Grades I and II Keys of the Bowlakade, with sev- committee are Mrs. Eugene Maler "

lo Be Named Later Barbara L. Trott. a graduate of; eral others having! asked to be Largest Percent of and Mrs. Oeorge Higel, Jr. 'i'' '

Room representatives and thealnnan (Continued on Page Eight) put down when teams are defi- "We are tired of this continual : !

of the legislation com nitely formed. Increase in County stalling by Mr. Klmbrough and 1

Ittee will be appointed at the Twenty-five bowlers already the school board. We've waited !

meeting of the executive Englewood Fish have signed up to play, as follows:: Although drawing from a for our money for more than a

kuncll, to be held at the Cham- J, J. Jossart J. H. Oakley C smaller area than last year, enrollment year and our patience with them ,' r,
Market Laurel School this *"
ReopensAfter at the "
r of Commerce on the evening W, Koogler, Byron Jones, Jud Increase is exhausted. I
Thursday September year showed a huge "We don't know ,what's behind "
Curwood I. V. Biorseth Olen Stephens -
18'1 being closed for the summer Jumping from 70 at the end of :
embers of the council. In Eddie Keys, Joe Biorseth, all this delay and maneuvering, ,
week last year to 115 :
while remodelingthe the first
undergoing
to Bowen, are: Homer Resell Ralph Adrian, Ailsa Leger, Louis but we don't Intend to accept responsibility -
retail market of the Lemon this year, Principal J. B. Roberts i I
first Mrs for the mess.
vice-president; Adorjan, Carroll Williams, R. O
rothy Fields, second vice-pres- Bay Fisheries at Englewood will Haines, D. W. Hemphill Doug reports. Mrs. Duncan's story of the way t
reopen next Monday, It was announced This Is a gain of 45, or approx- I
ent; Mrs. Marjorie Adorjan, Arnall. In which the sale of the clubhouseto
yesterday by Stuart and imately 65 per cent, largest real the school board has dragged r
retary, and Mrs. George Higel,
W. O. Lanius, H. E. Lewellyn, increase of any schoolIn
., treasurer. Oscar Anderson, owners. percentage on and on ever since the club decided -
W B. Surls. Bernard Reading,, The Laurel School
In addition to painting and rearranging the county. to sell the property on Jan-
Bowen said the national P.-T.A Raymond Langlen. Ralph Lan- children in the first to
the store, two new large handles 9, 1946, reveals apparent In-
-point program for the come glen Jr, F, E. Fenton, H, O Dietrich fourth grades, drawing most of uary "'
they the least, in handling -
deep freezers were Installed eptness, to say
rear embraces (1) School EdItion
Jack Farm. Venice and Nokomis
them from
reported. The Lemon Bay FIsh- the matter on the part of "I.
((2)) Health, 13) World
Following last Saturday night'smeeting those two commun-
though
eries market features an unusually even Kimbrough and the school board,
tetanding, and <4) Parent at the Bowlakade, two ities are In a different school dis
d large and varied stock of fish and others.
Family Life Education.
teams were formed, one anchoredby trict.
and shellfish, receiving shipments Lengthy Story
Full Effort Jossart and the other by Byron At the Nokomis School, which
from as far north as Maine and Frankly too lengthy to relate in
"Of these, our P.-T.A. voted to Jones. The Jones squad IncludingDuffy" has pupils from the: fifth throughthe
south as Key West in addition tc detail in this Issue of The Gondolier -
opt the Health program as an Leger, Ralph Adrian, twelfth grades Principal Homer -
fish from local waters. the story Is full of such interesting ti
bective for the year rather Louis Adorjan and Carroll Williams E. Mikesell reports an enroll- If hard to understand,

55 to take up all points and not won both contests, 748 to ment this week of 204 as compared Mrs. Duncan
facts, according to j
'e full effort to a single pro- Amvets Capture 744 and 838 to 790, coming from to 185 at the corresponding and records she 'has In her pos-
am" he explained. behind to capture the last game. time last year. This Is a gainof

Tie Health program brings toe County SoftballChampionship Bowling with Jossart were Jim 19, or a little more than 10 per session 1. A, as mysteriously: "lost" abstract I

schools and homes those Oakley, Byron Earl, I. V. Biorseth cent, the county-wide Increase whose "disappearance"was 4

toi that should be brought toM :and Hub Hanchey average this year. blamed for several months' ,
attention of the school chilen :
finally -
delay \In the negotiations, yet
from the first grade through Defeating the favored: Altman NOKOMIS COUPLE CELEBRATE was found peacefully( repos- .
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'ft school. it also brings to the team 9 to 3 In the third and deciding ing In the files of the Woman's

"Mis the Importance of Immu- game of the series. the 58TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARYMr. i Continued on page seven)

% and vaccinating children Amvets won the championship

Wist communicable diseases." of the Sarasota County Soft and Mrs. Walter L. Dunn, residents of Nokomis for the past

ball League at Payne Park 42 years, were honored at two functions last Wednesday in observ- I Coming Events I

last Wednesday nlfht. The Am- ance of their fifty-eighth wedding anniversary.

WeatheR I It' vets were co-champions, with At noon, they were luncheon September 15
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Blalock. Mrs. Monday
divisionof their son
of
Venice, of the American guests at the home bowlers' meeting,
Blalock Mr. and Mrs. C. C. 7:30 p.m.,
and W. V.
of
at the end daug'hter-ln-law. Mr
the softball loop and : Shop. '
ERATlIaE RAINFALL the follow Lowe, Mrs. Lee, Mrs William Jossart-Kincald Plumbing!
with
,
regular season play. Mrs. Ben Dunn
Hl.hreported Low I.c.. Woodard M. Cousins H. S. Bow- 8:00: p.m. Lemon Bay post
ViOUuly I .......".."... 1.50 I Altman captured the first game ing as guests: Mrs. Agnes Benlne Bear dn, Mr. and Mrs B. E. Bowen, American Legion meets In Community -
Sept> 5 championship series, 12 to Miss Louise Coffin Mrs.
.
? ... 88 70 1.97 of the Mr. and Mrs J. T Hill Mrs James i Hall Englewood.
*". Sept. tin I Amvets evening it up Lee of Tampa, F. J. Hayden, and 16
... 85 70 0.74 8, with the Hightower, Mrs T. P. Hariman, Tuesday, September
", Sept 7 ... the second game, 7 to their grandson, J. L. Dunn. council
.... 88 69 0.00 by winning evening, they were the Rev. George L, Harper. and I 8 pm., Venice city
ton-Sept, 8 ... 5. Wednesday hall.Thursday .
90 71 0.00ed" heldIn Mrs. Ben Dunn. Refreshmentswere I meets, city
Sept. 8 ......91' 71 0.06 Venice was knocked out of the honored guests at a reception served and. the couple received September 18
the
of
Sept, 10 ......: 89 72 1.07 Shaughnessy. play-offs when It the recreation Methodlit room hearty felicitations on their 8:30 p.m., Venice Lions Club

L :' Sept 11 _... BOfl' 0.65 lost. 2-1 and 9-2 to, Altman'i two Venlce-Nokomls long wedded life. meets, Tarpon Center Restaurant.
"* to date Church, with guests Including
this Month _-. 5.9t weeks ago.



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,) LegionnairesVote meeting of No-Vel post o the approved Commander Ralph O.
American Legion at the club Simpson's suggestion that public
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MILLS SET BY ;
20-58| BOARDA Against house at Venice Air Base. Aldlne thanks be made U an who had
Chenault'i motion to that effect helped stage the affair.
! county-wide levy of 20-518| mills Is provided for In a certified Longer SkirtsVenice was adopted unanimously and Dick Curry was named chair- I
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presented to the Sarasota
1941.
jiut list for county tax asses- vociferously I
Once Board of County Commissioners. This man of a committee to Investigate -
the does
by not inIde -
Legionnaires In more serious vein, the Legionnaires -
the/ school levy, which Is fixed at 10 mills, plus special taxes this week and report back concerning 1
|each district.The by formal motion, went on record after being Informedby possible sponsorship by 'No-Vel tS
Finance Officer J. Johnston
A.
schedule of mlllage rates is as follows: 'as being opposed to "longer ,women's post of a series of Sunday afternoon -
_.,..'l I..npt Proportion 141 N.nr..nyt Prop.rll.. 1146pktrk' skirts" that Incomplete figures showed
the post had cleared In excess of quarterhorse races this
C..ntj schools Total Total C.o.l, II During last Monday night's $500 Its Labor celebration winter.
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15.w RIdes). I-TII I 1-711 1-1,1, 10-111 II 11.111 29.T 8t BETTER "BUYS" AT BAKER'S! ;I
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at Venice Florida, under the Act of March 3. 1879. '

Subscription latest One year $2.50; six months, $1.50; three ,
monthi 75c. Classified advertising ratel 2 cent per word first 20 Y

word; 1 cent per word for each additional word.
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'TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY" ,

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Elands enters the so-called hUt ricane season this year with Oulf]

Coast residents hoping that a storm will sweep up their coast and ,
destroy the troublesome red tide." Scientists contend that It will 4e( r,1
take a strain of hurricane proportions to do tae; Job and beach residents 1 i tA t "1t"

Kay: "If that's what It takes. let It come and the sooner the
btttu." They feel that possible
ncr his been the greatest con I :
M.OIIII damage certainly Is preferable tributing factor in their destructiveness -

present to the intclcraole] uncertainty situation.of the. Now every stormis I t .MULLIGAN/ I .
tracked and charted. Methodsof I
time such storms usually her- :: '
determining position Intensity -
ald the (nd of foe rainy season, ,
and movement of hurricanes -
lannirs and growers in extended 'Jever see so many people back in \\'
llomlid areas join In the chorus are constantly being studied afraid to mention a few, on account we

and say, "Let it come," -- any- to find the best plan of [ body, yet we know we'd run out of space If
thing to stop the rains and give control. So fan flights have been But just to give you an idea. .
made through around and over I Mr.
them an opportunity to do their
the top and the feasibility of I nard
FuU plunl-nj
lone-range radar Is Investigated !:
being Land
On the ether nand. light, pouu LETTERSTo
and telephone companies are Ray :
' During the Atlantic hurricaneof ber as
hopeful iat if a Morin does come The
September 12.17, 1945 prop-
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it will TM be prolonged or so severe -
erty damage amounted to five don, Vt,
as to tear up their poles. EDITORSarasota
million dollars, but there were a & )
line, and equipment Property
only two fatalities. The fact that "
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owner: particularly] those with
the loss of life was so small despite brochure I'J
txpinwve plate glass fronts.
the Intensity of this twisterwas Fla. by the
would Ji>t as noon see the storms '
for the most part due to the ;Editor got In I
pass Citrus
us by. growers fear
excellent, well-planned bulletins' Venice Gondolier said his
the ;
damage from tail spray In the
coastal: areas and destruction of made possible by the Hurricane Dear Mr. Williams:

trees and fruit should their Reconnaissance Plan. Two lives I am sending money and stampsto Which:

groves be In the path of the blow. lost constitute a marked decrease cover the subscription to jour count of
Scientists from the 500 lost during the un- paper for the next six months. by the
anxious to test
new thrones eagerly await another charted 1938 storm. I have enjoyed reading the go in :
hurricane for they be- The 53rd Reconnaissance Gondolier as it arrives each week ;

t Jltve that through the use oft Squadron. Morrison Field West and wish to compliment you on Mr
hnnical or bombs It may be Palm Beach, will conduct hurri- the fine job you are doing. Clure

possible to break up and disposal cane reconnaissance flights during I also wish to take this opportunity tel,
them 1947 Three B-17 and four B- to thank you for your cooperation Wayne

The Army-Na\y Weather Bateau 29 aircrafts have been placed In with the Stealth Department Mr. and
Hurricane Warning Centerat this special service. A minimumof during the past year. !

Miami, Florida, conducts regular one flight daily has been established Respectfully yours, after a !
reconnaissance flights over ; however In case of extreme W L. Wright. M.D. as far

the Caribbean ready to spot theseitoinis I emergencies, as many Health Officer homa;
flights as are necessary to obtain
and chart their course I demonstrated and commercial organizations Orto Is
One of Lie: strangest assignments accurate and authentic Informa- Trailer
I are now prepared to
that of the 308th tion will be made.
Recon-
contract to make rain In any area summer
cal; ance Group Is to fly boldly The B-17 alrcrafts are utilized suffering from drought by the use Palmer

through threatening thunder for penetration of hurricanes of dry Ice which Is dropped from at the
heads, tropical fronts and hurricanes at low and medium levels. above the clouds. Mr and

and bring back Informationas while the B-29s handle necon- But whether we experience a children !
to their direction and Intensity alssanoe at very high levels, hurricane this since he
season or not, we )
They plot the probable course above 39000 feet. The Super- can count on one next Spring Shop
of the storm and report to the local forts will also circle the storms when the gubernatorial campaign sugar

warning service where frequent tracking them by means. of ra gets under way and Tom Watson Miss
bulletins are Issued so that dar.
and Fuller Warren begin fanning been vlsl
arras in the path of the approaching Scientists .will attempt to destroy the breeze. That promises to be a Mrs. M

storm will have as ac- approaching storms by sure enough storm and it will several
cut ate advance warning as possible dropping dry Ice Into them or take more than dry Ice or B29sto bridge
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using other chemicals and possibly break It up. It Is a bit too early
!The tendency of hurricane bombs. Success In the use of to start charting It now, but It Girls.] .
t. move In a very erratic man. dry Ice to produce rain has been promises to be a honey.

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ckard Named MARRIED For quick results, use a. GONDOLIER

esident ofTaxi Marriage In Valdosta, Oa., last Classified Ad. tI
Monday of Eddie McCracken and

nice FirmII Claire Stephenson, daughter of
Mrs. Ada Stephenson, was disclosed -

Rickard of the Valencia Wednesday with their return
y
this week was elected to Venice. They will make
rtnents,
}
ddent and treasurer of Venice their home In Venice.Government .

Service Inc., which recently
!xl
fd i incorporation papers with
rotary Of State P. A. Gray. Surplus
M. Rickard also of F
?. Vina
Valencia Apartments, was BuildingsFINAL
and Mrs. V. O. THE GIRL
ted secretary i ilIon YOU MARRIEDShe's
[, 519 Harbor ttrlve. was
cook laundry
vice-president.
red sedans rely Venice-Nokomis worker nurse counselor
UUree[ 1947 model Methodist Church SALE and child psy
| were placed in service by chologist. Where else
firm Jiving Venice the best Calendar, September-December 1947As could you get so much

I set-up of any city Its size in Announced by the Rev. George L. Harper pastor., 20 x 25 20 x 35 show for so your little. appreciation Why not

nda. CHURCH SCHOOL IIO VISITATION CAMPAIGN 20x35 20 x 40 by taking her a I',
gift tonight? Come In.
September .
14 October 12
OW! Through a low-cost (3lit (Officers teachers, and leaders of Church School will be visiting 20X20 20 X 90 It need not be expen-
word) Gondolier class- in the homes during this sive. It's the Idea -
per period. This Is the fourth emphasis the
,
dad. INSTALLATION Church School Year) in the Crusade for Christ of Methodism.) 20 x 100 16 x 16 your not the Idea value mind_ that you. .r I.

CHURCH SCHOOL SERVICE AND PROMOTION DAY IN THE will go across big with
20 X 45
September 28 her.KNOWLES
FORIMMEDIATE The new officers and teachers of the Church School will! be installed t I
SERVICE during the Church service in the morning of this date. JUS.T A FEW
They serve until the close of September, 1948.. This Is also Pro- : OF THESE LEFT JEWELERS I J
motion Day In the Church School and the classes will advance on x
M t Post Office Arcade fJ&s&euuvJV4jiiVU4
CALL the next Sunday, October 5. .. It
RALLY DAY IN THE CHURCH SCHOOL P. L. HaynesVENICE .
3461 October 5

A special program will be presented during the Church School ARMY BASE
NIGHT
Dir OR Hour( This will stress the work of the teaching message of the f
Church in the Kingdom of God

UORLD-UIDE COMMUNION: SUNDAY
VENICE TAXI October 5 InnrmnnrmTmT...............
1"' !\ \. { ..''' '.. ,IDl _
SERVICE, Inc. This day will be observed by most Protestant Churches over the
entire world. This is the eighth consecutive observance of the
memorial. I A Privilege; to Live In Florida

YOUTH ACTIVITIES WEEK
A Distinction to Live in Venice
.
Venice: October 20 October 26
Each night except Saturday I. Monday through Friday, and I
RADIO SERVICE Sunday evening there w.lll be special meetings for Youth. The H. N. WIMMERSRealtor
MODERN TEST EQI'IPIIENT schedule calls for 7.30: meeting time each evening, with singing
GENR INS PARTS folk games class periods and worship.

WEEK OF PRAYER AND SELF-DENIAL
October, 25 .
October 31 I VENICE e FLORIDA
This period is observed by the Woman's Society of Christian
Service and is a Church-wide emphasis of Methodism for the Where the Tamiami Trail Meets the Open GulfJlJUW..Illi
consecration of women to the work of the Kingdom.
TEMPERANCE: SUNDAY AND ANNUAL MISSIONARY SUNDAY
October 26 llI1\1"\ ]:m1QZ1 l

HOME RADIO REPAIRS World Temperance Sunday will be observed during the morning 1 (I
FREE ESTIMATES worship hour; and Annual Missionary Sunday will be observed
.1 11'. Vnin PHONE A...1171 Vtnlc during the evening worship hcur. Special stress will be placedon Looking for Something Cool?
the work of the missionaries in the evening period.
,
REFORMATION SUNDAY I LET US COMB YOUR HAIR INTO
HH ftfle 444 dW4NV'd : A
November 2 COOL. ATTRACTIVE UP-DO
Business f At the heart of the Reformation lay a great( upsurging! of spiritual WITHOUT A WET SET.
experience. It was on October 31, 151 T. that Martin Luther Phone 2811 Today '
AND nailed the Ninety-five Theses on the university church door at
Wittenburg, Germany and the spark was lighted that touched let FOR A DRY COMB APPOINTMENT
ProfessionalDirectory off the Protestant Reformation y
CHURCH. LOYALTY MONTH h CHARM
November 2 November 30
Special Invitation and attention will be paid to the attendanceat ;:t BEAUTYSALON }
U" H# all services of the Church during this month. Regular Church
attendance will be encouraged not only for this time but for the 223 W. Miami Ave. Phone 2811
Frank Coffman months and years ahead

I GENERAL CONTRACTO\l REVIVAL November 3 November 9

As a feature of Church Loyalty Month In November there will
Telephone be an outstanding preacher with us for revival services during
L- Sarasota 69-397 this time. More information will be available on this feature soon. BUSINESS PROPERTIESFOR
I {THANKSGIVING
SUNDAYNovember
23
ROOFING THANKSGIVING SERVICE (COMMUNITY UNION SERVICE) SALEWe

Roof work of All Kinds Novemben 26
1 UNIVERSAL BIBLE
.urIS P. JONES SUNDAYDecember 14

Phone 2911 The importance of spreading the Bible and the work of dialects have Two Buildings with Established Income r
and languages the work of the American Bible Society will H,
- be told.CHRISTMAS.
FOR QUICK RELIABLE [ SUNDAY FOR SALE I
SERVICE. CALL December 21
ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PAGEANT. EVENING:
Venice'I December 21 at Reasonable Prices

Plumbing Shop STUDENT RECOGNITION DAY December 2S ,

t l 4, Venice Phone 2153 WATCH-NIGHT SERVICE Consult FRANK D. ROEBUCK
December 31
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VENICE-NOKOMIS Tide VENICE Tables INLET VENICE LANDCOMPANY

Date High Low

"rl", B.pl. 12 --- 10:10111I. ':07 p.lII.
BANK
!II.. S.pl. U 0__ 11:15 I m. 1:10 1.11I.
IIU 1.11I. 1:47 p.lII.

Su., S.pl. If 1109 4:04
on '
VENICE FLORIDA 12:2T .:. 7:19 :::: I

"WE Mu., S.pl. IS h25 :6a m.
INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT" n 1:20 ::::: 7s/R :m.Tues. :

.. s.pt II __ 1:1' 1.11I. T:42 ..11I.
Member ':\0 p.lII. 1:12 plII.
of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Wed., Sept 11 __ 1:51 ..11I. 1:2R .on. Registered Real Estate Broker
1:04 p m. 1:15 p.on.
.5000 Maalewn Insurance $5000 Thun., S.pl.8 .:171.11I. ':18.on. 3 Nokomis Avenue South Phone 3581
For Each Depositor 1:51 p.lII. als Pili.
Fri.. If.pl. 19 a:18 I III. 10:07 .on.
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GONDOLIER Prlda" September
12,
Pan Six I
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DRUM CORPS FINISH PAINTING Florida Planning 455 Licenses Sold

Rehearsals of the Drum and Painting of the exterior of the $100,000,000 WorthOf As Compared to
Bugle Corps of the Cub Scouts,
Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts Venice-Nokomis Chamber of Highway WorkFlorida 280 Last Year
henceforth will be held at 11 am Commerce building by Contractor

Saturdays, Instead of Fridays, It Frank M Lanlus and his son will Is rapidly reestablishing Furnishing dramatic proof of

was announced yesterday by DI- be completed this week-end It was Its pre-war automotive prestige the growth in population of Ven-
rector Paul Goldenstein. The first announced by Secretary Harry A. and upon the drawing ice, Nokomis, Englewood and this

schedule rehearsal will under be the held new tomorrow time Beach The building also was boards of Its State Road Department entire district, nearly twice as
reconstructing licenses were sold
are driver's
morning at the Alpha Music roofed recently by Alvin draughtsmen many
Shop re-I 48218 miles of highways here this year as last year. Y
Nokomis roofing contractor.
that will cost approximately Harry A. Beach, secretary of
$100.000,000, reports the researchand the Venice-Nokomis Chamber of
REASONABLE GROIPTRANSPORTATION Industrial division of the Commerce reports his office sold
17
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Florida State Chamber of Commerce 405 licenses during seven days

this year, and Tale's Market In KITCHEN
WILL BE ARRANGED FOR "In numbers of motor vehicles, Englewood sold &0, as comparedto CABINETSWe

CAMBRIDGE VENICE of all types Florida registrations the total of 280 sold locally

SCHOOL PUPILS f had Increased In 1946 to 680,394 last year In 15 days Kitchen have Cabinet several rradq tl
X since 1935 a gain of 84 per cent' Driver's licenses from now on porcelain tops end W l iv
FOR flU all are
INFORMATION In the span of eleven years I must be obtained direct from the ished in black and white tv.

Call 3461VENICE "NationallY there are 27 percent I office of County Judge Forrest
more motor vehicles than In Chapman in the court house at

TAXI SERVICE Inc. 1935, another Indicator of the' Sarasota, as they no longer are on
rapid growth of the state as compared sale locally.
with national trends the!

State Chamber commented. New Self-Service
"The year 1946 saw 22 per cent t f
more vehicles on Florida high- Laundry to Be
ways than In the previous year
THANK YOU per The cent.national Increase stood at 11 i Open Here Soon


Plans to open a self-service
laundry in Venice, with an Initial
battery of six new washing machines .
No-Vel Post No. GULF CHROMIUMDINETTE
, 159, American were disclosed yesterday;
by Jack Kerner, local electrician. SETS
LegionVishes to Thank TheatrePhone
Remodeling of the store at 239 (Table and Four Chains
the 2964 Venice Fla. West Miami avenue in the west-
Business Firms Individualsand One Show Nightly 8 p.m. Leatherette Scat and Bill:
ern end of the building owned by
Assorted colors. Tables hw|
the Public for their splen- FRIDAY SATURDAY Mrs. Mildred Baynard will get Porcelain or Ma-onlte Top
September 11 IS under way tomorrow. Leasing arrangements -
did DOUBLE FEATURE were made through
: co-operation in making Our ,
"WEST OF THE ALAMO" Frank Roebuck, salesmanager of .

Second Annual Labor Day "3 ON A .TICKET" the Venice Land Co.

Kerner said his wife Is due back
Celebration A Success. SUNDAY September ONLY II this week-end from Chicago,,

"THAT WAY WITH WOMEN" where she has purchased equip-
Dane Clark Martha Vickers ment for the new establishment,,
See You Next Year. which will feature a special

MONDAY TIESDAYSeptember soft water supply, drying lines,
15.16 etc Mrs. Kerner long associated

Ralph G. Simpson Crain"MARGIE"Jeanne Alan Young with a South Bend Ind., laundry
firm, will manage the self-service
COMMANDER' WEDNESDAY THURSDAY laundry, which will open about
No-Vel Post No. 159 September 17-18 October 1.
s "LADY IN THE LAKE"R. BABY BUGGIES
American Legion .
Montgomery -
Audrey Totter New Army Offers We now have a comptt! |
.. line of Baby Buggies g
EducationalAdvantages Walkers.




Another In order to obtain enlistmentsof I
qualified men with a high
school education or its equivalent;
all branches of the service are
now offering each man between
the ages of 17 and 35 an opportunity -
to select a technical school
ShipmentOf they; desire to attend before they
enlist in the regular Army.

This :was pointed out this week
by Sergeant Bayle of the Sara-

sota Army recruiting office, who
said each applicant is given a BABY BEDS
guarantee that tie will attend the
New Shipment of BabY Brd5|
school he
,
chooses and upon grad
uation will be and Mattresses Just rtctHA\\\\
assigned to an organization -
Government
Surplus PropertyHas in the branch of serv- All sizes
ice he selects upon enlisting.

For the convenience of Inter- KITCHEN

Just Arrivedo ested men In this area, Sergeant STOOLSWood

Croft will be at the Venice-No-
komis Chamber or Chromium -
of Commerce
-o- Leatherette
every Wednesaay from 1 a.m. to
seats.
12 noon until further notice


COMPRESSORS FOR JOB PRINTING, Includ- ,. KITCBEX
ing letterheads, envelopes, statements LADDER
or business cards, stop in 1, STOOLS
STEEL SAFESWAREHOUSE at The Gondolier office 313 West

Venice avenue, or phone 3131. J 'l Handy, foilIng : .

TRUCKS uief'l
DependableService co mbiati i
ladders and

stools.
I
WE .SPECIALIZE IN KINGFurniture

PARKS and TATEVenice NOKOMIS Chrysler Product II' Co.


"W Feather Your Nest
"
I With A Little 1)011VENICE
Army Air Base GARAGE

PUNTA CORDA
GEORGE! T. DEVLIN
MT90
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{y.September VENICE GONDOLIER: Page Seven ,


SCHOOLContinued man even- with going the so school far as authorities to makea ] lee that came to Venice and told her Seminarist at St. Mark'sChurch last Friday evening Quests Included ')
there
would be further delay
members and friends of
)
one
from page $500 escrow check
payable to Honored
before
( ,the school board would 'church.
Ate Rob- Clyde Hlgel and the
?, attorney John with Klmbrough pay the money. With Farewell .J-
president of the Sarasota writing a letter June II, 1946 to PartyThe The evening conilsted of games
son, "He told me he noted In check-
Association and friend ofbroUt Mrs. Clyde Hlgel, who was not Ing over the Woman's Guild of St folk-dances, aYul'. some Russian
papers that the Wo-
!. even a member of the committee, man' Club also Mark's Episcopal Church compli- songs sung by Mrs.: Terry In peasant M
owned Lot 5, adJoining -
Legal aBvlce that since the advising her that the school board the two lots 6 mented Edward B. King, semin costume. Mrs. S. Jarvis (I
and 7, we!
\ Wesley Hleel had given the was willing to pay m Km for the :lad agreed to sell to the school arist who has been In charge of Adams, vice-president of hue
to the Womb clubhouse property. St. Mark's for the summer, witha
bhouse property board for $5.500.Mrs.. Duncan Guild, presented Mr. King with l.
with a reversionary 5. Mrs. Duncan's assertion that declared. farewell party at the home of
Club "He said he called Mr.
gift to token of their appreciation
use In case It were ever used Wendell F. Conlee, Sarasota attorney Kimbrough and asked whetherLot Mrs. Sonia Terry on Nassau street his
'although this connected of work.
with
RobertsonIn
other purposes 5 shouldn't also be Included In
s denied by one member of the the handling of the affair had the deed and Mr. Kimbrough said board, and Informed him Lot 5 He will conduct his last services

Rc| family, It would be neces- explained recent delays as being 'yes.: was not Included In the sale I at St. Mark's Sunday and will return

obtain "releases" from due to the fact that he had made agreement. It looks to me like Just to Seabury-Western Theological
to
y "I asked Mr. Conlee whom hlwas
merous and widely scattered several trips to Venice, "but had one more piece of unnecessary I Seminary In Evanston III

eel heirs. been unable to locate the Higels" representing In this matter- delay-for reasons I don't know where he will continue his studies f:

subsequent difficult, but and that he couldn't contact the Woman's Club or the school but would like to," In preparation for She priesthood
j. f;
ntually successful attempts members of the club's committee .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-._......................IMJ.. .
re made to obtain these slgna- "because he couldn't find their I

es, although In one case Mrs. names In the telephone book." CLASSIFIEDADS ;
i
mean had to make a wild dash Mrs. Duncan said she and I STANCAR'S

Sarasota to catch one Higel members of her committee, and
<2c a word Ural 20 word., Ic each
Ir Just 10 minutes before he Mrs. Ardrla LePdley clu1i\presl- additional w.rd. Minimum ch." ., ,
Is leaving for overseas. dent, have made repeated but un- ZSc. C..h with Ad. Special| l ,.t..
for mar than on. Insertion ol the I
ignores Committee successful attempts to conclude ..m. .d. Ad. will, bt accepted over | Variety Store
Insistence the sale. t'.. Hrphont (1131) up to t f.m.Thurirtny 5
I Kimbiough'i upon with the under.l.ndinf '
.alini with others than the duly Final Straw <. ..,tlwr. will remit p.ymtntpromptly. II' SI
Ithorized committee of the Wo- "The straw that broke the cam ) : JOHN A. and MILDRED E, STANCAtt i' I

Ln't Club, appointed January 9, el's back" came yesterday morning i
I On Highway 775 ENGLEWOOD Phone 2435 4
L, tltti: Mrs. Duncan as chair- Mrs. Duncan said when Con- FOR SALE

'"Vi-l.AM.HN. ELECTRIC: :: wet: ;;- heater. .;..a..............rta i1Fa s..tta ...tr+trits tts....aa..1
"m i .
> for rrv.nth. .I.I Phone 4 llhiirm
[Have You Flown the New Spin-Proof Ercoupe Yet? (' II...ul"> Snl.m1HMUHIN 1

,.,. COME IN LET l'S SHOW : 1I.AU'rlpn.-: ( ... (Vm.I .
: ,,1.. Coo Matithe ," "" '
YOU THIS PLANE THAT I I l'nd. rue-d,! it'in u rn.'r. ,..r. "i'n.ml..nl1.rn. -
ALMOST FLIES ITSELF ". .t,. elarmland "ih,.,.. 'U ui.
..,. !
AII'I.l l M.i.i Mh"p.nl. JM,1I BOWLERS
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SEE VENICE FROM"THE AIR PASSENGER....HOPS $1_ so_ 'I I'KK.Hr I'lANO. |(Mi. 'him.. 2174.APARTMENT .

LEARN TO FLY IN 8 EASY LESSONS "ASH.R with writ..,.
Government-Approved School Continuous Enrollment I'rn.'ti.'ally now. 1'10"0 2582
AND SPONSORS)
FOR REST (
J & J AIRCRAFT, INC.

ULTRA MIIIIFIIS APARTMENT." Two. '
P. O. Box: 2349 P. O. Box: 291 p. O. Box: 1137 ,.1..10. t.. surf Phone 2171.1.0"T will start in few
SARASOTA VENICE PUNTA GOIUMF A Men's Fall Bowling Leigtie; :a

0. Jo>'ner .Venice 2551 E. T. Drnham Sarasota 6306 ,I days There are still a few openings for

LADY ELGIN ATl'H. M.. Alr.
Murphy- ,phone 'ltl4. Bowlers and Sponsors. Sign up at Our

BUSINESS PERSONALS I I '
Desk NOW.A .
"

"All Good Things Must End"SO IIKfSSMAhIM. .'In.- K....)lni[ Mr.Alt.THlion.. T K:. Dnn.ln.lin-llutt.nhiilw -1 ad ,
1'24 Cnivelind Av.. Meeting-to iron out final details of the League
THEY SAY :
SEPTIC TANK and Ce.H..(clnnlnlnith ,
I MtidiTn: pumping rtuipment. Krt- will be held at the Jiosart-Kincaid Plumbing
i wnahle rates. lutlrill and Allen. I' 1
YES WE HAD A WONDERFUL VACATION. GLAD TO 11471. Shop next Monday night at 7:30: p.m.

BE BACK IN VENICE AND ARE AGAIN OPEN FOR DRIVEWAYS PUT IN Murk fill dirt,
BUSINESS EVEN DURING REMODELING AND RE- thrll concrete work ..f III kind. with
mi I. STOCKING. You're Invited!
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE i

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R. &R.SPORTING DON'T WISH YOU--I HAD

I VENICE BOWLAKADEAND
GOODS I 50' x 159' B'Jlldlng Lots

I GRILL
i STAN and HELEN RICHARDSON) Gro\'eland Avenue I
Phone 2CG1 .
:
I 24S West Venice Avenue
Opposite Unlce-Nokomls Bank Phone 3132smitty's $200.00
GEORGE: (>..TT3I
JIM: KEYS
Paved Elcctrlclt/ Water.

Fee Simple: Deed.
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Purchaser to pay foAbstract

If abstract de jred.
I WITH SINCERE APPRECIATION
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H.Vimmel's TAYLOR HARDWARE

REALTOR TAYLOR GRADY TAYLOR
LISTON
VENICE. FLORIDA AndJOSSART g


tavern"The LEGAL NOTICESMTII KINCAID !

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4 GARLAND L. HINT.\II>
JOSSART
J. J.

Bright Spot on the Trail"Best i Noire MIKH: i. HTITIIIIS hi-rthy glean NAME that the: LAW unilirIxnrd. Sponsors of the City of Venice Team r

purnixnt I" the rk'titloui Nmne r'
4 Law lCI.ni.UT JllU! S. Laws ir PluriclH.Hill American Division
I .ill, ntlaer with the Clerk c.f the Co-Champions, ,
Drinks In Town At Popular Prices t Iri'iilt Court in and for Knru.i>t. Ciiunty
Florida, uiHin receipt uf i>n.,r ..r the inililallun Sarasota County Softball League
4 nf thl. n.itlif, the firlHiciu. flume, 197

Delicious Sandwiches-When You Are Hungry 44 t..11I TARPON CENTER: : RESTAURANT a Take Great Pleasure in Thanking the Following

4 'POCKS order which" we are fnmiw.l In ln..ln... \Mm Bought Suits for the
4 .under li>n.ti from C...ricf .'. GihlJr... atVeniv Individuals and Firms
Inlet\ in the ('fly (Of Venire Couny .
125
South Tamiami Trail Venice '
oJ K.N.-.IU mil starof M..rl.ln Team :
That hinnrnii uf the parties I..t..t.
.1 In said bii.mii". and he vxti-nt of their REXALL STORE
mintl\.. Inlcrmti therein are .. '''' FINN CASPERSEN
'I STANCIL & POTTS GARAGE
ow.lHerln-rt M. KinKu( >n.l l ,,'iriK..!l.' M. I EL PATIO HOTEL TAVERNLOWE'S
1I'" bill' ; ALVIN P. JONES SMITTY'S
[ Package Department I ('&I, Mm.tw and wife. Mary R'I GROCERY VENICE FOOD SHOPVENICENOKOMIS

'"/"M'. fill'.t : V...),'". S....,.!. ',," GEORGE MITCHELL BANK
Fd.rl.lii. thin a-'h IW of Auitilrt A I). ,
4 94 i.1nuwt. the Great Sportsmanship: Shown
"9. plnnbi-r-r J-12-19 And Appreciate

PM De Luxe Whiskey fifth $3,19 \ ;'\U'R 1-lfTIIKIIri NOTICE VAMP LAW I 13y The Players. Team Roster:

TOl'HOM IT MAY fONIrKNl 0\KLEV!:
Gilbey'sGin $ N..II.. li h..,.", riven that the underlmuil. : BILL AINGER JAMES
. . . fifth$3.19 < '"......nt I,, the "f'ict Ithua Name J. L. DUNN BOB SHANLEY
StHtiite" H..u,, 11111 No 117V Ihiu.lirNo BYRON JONES (Field Capt,) GLEN STEPHENS

Boca Chica Rum . . fifth $2.59King's \ :. .2KOM..r with' !"..the. "Clerk' Morld.uf: the lull IV: rlor-will,iltCiiurt I GLENN JENKINS DORIS CLISTON'Buck TAYLOR WHfTACKEn2D
I In and for Sarasota County BILL HANKINS
... .... TAYLOR. Man :
du.I up m .II'I..r( .f "f the pmli KEYS GRADY
Black Label \ I 'linn."Witt of Ihi- notice. the flititkiiu name. DON MIKESELL J. J. JOSSART. Coach


Whiskey fifth :$3.9!) under I cxiMVt which rill'I'FR lii rngHgr I Am KETTLE ennaited:In buniniat INN In Ini.ine.numin Thanks, too, to the Following, Who Played Part

at rlirl.r Drive. In the City of of the Season :
FREE-ONE! WITH.E\CH{ { \ V'T : Florida.I him-
MINT JULEP GLASS i the party Int." -ted in aaid BIlL FENTONI
rnterprlH- a. follower FOSTER McCLANE
, FIFTH OF KING'S BLACK LABEL { tree Mr.. V.at O. Wll Venice....n. ude Barawta uwner.l.ted County THEO DANDRIDGE r

Nya .IS .1s.1,11,11)Nlae is. KlorWa.Publl.h I Sept.September 12, ID A., 26.1947 Oct I.




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EI&t1 VENICE GONDOLIER Friday, September

la Massachusettspublic ing at Okinawa: p Hr Hlz- be happ to confer witch Ell,.
has taught
for wine In World War H. Is a She traveled beth 7. and Roland (Roomy ents interested In J
NEW SCHOOL member of the American Association schools and has P1&dnc
for Advancement of Science, extensively abroad M welt as in Carleton 2. children with a school| i J
Continued from page one) Mrs. Rutter, who arrived here for Its motto .
had of Given
Washington D. C. and has this country. She is the mother .v.
school teaching from the north this week to personally child a healthy child_,:
Keene Teachers College Keene,N. extensive grade three children; Theodore Jr. 21
H. with an A.M. from Boston experience.Mrs. who holds a Presidential Citationfor direct the Cambridge Venice child sound educational
said she will gress Is the, logical
I psychologist Marines' fight School opening sequence
University will direct Grades Trott a clinical his part In the
civil of considerable reputation, -.-.-.-.-._.....-.-.-.-.-_-----_.<<_1I611# ..1W
and n She had received a l WINVW .... ------------------ tN
ian citation from Washington. D. also attended tasell Junior Col-
C.. for psychological counseling is lege' at Auburndale. Mass., and r
a recipient of a Red Cross citation Columbia University New York.


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FROM MAINE TO KEY WEST . .

Early This Winter? v We Gather Quality

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CAMBRIDGE VENICE SCHOOL is the southern unit of a long-established northern school, fully accredited by the New England

College Entrance Association.


LOWER SCHOOL IN VENICE INCLUDES :


Nursery Kindergarten PrePrimaryGrade

I Grade II


IRE-SCHOOL GROUPS WILL BE DIRECTED BY MARJORIE LANE (A.B. .,
SmithCo.lege. Washington
with credit for courses in Nursery Education University of
GRADES ONE AND TWO WILL BE DIRECTED BY BARBARA TROTT la graduate of Keene Teachers recipient
cf civilian citation from Washington D. C., for psychological counseling College, Keene N. H..M. Boston University
recipient of Red
Association for Advancement of Science, Washington, D. C.) Cross citation for service In World Wa U. and member of American


SCHOOL LOCATION UNTIL NOVEMBER lt 519 HARBOR DRIVE, VENICE

Location for Winter Term to be Announced Later

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Cambridge Venice School


School Office 519 Harbor Drive Now Open For Interview
Afternoons 1 to 4:30; Morning. By Appointment

OPENING DATE MONDAY SEPTEMBER 22I



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